Nagual Art - the German Dark Ambient Soundtrack Project - was founded in 2005. Inspired by dreams and an abstract mindset, I try to render dreams audible and - the other way around - to provide a possible access to subconsciousness and dreams through music. Abstract-dark, confused-melancholic soundscapes with neo-classical influences emanate from this musical concept. Stop your thoughts, start to dream, live! favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: abstract, ambient, darkambient, dreams, neo-classical, nocturnal, port of entry, soundscape, violin
This is the Soundtrack of Adoria - the Lucid Winter Wonderland. Winter reigns over the Northern Hemisphere, and Nagual Art celebrates in cold ambient beauty. Sound travels far in the frigid air, bringing wisps of voices and the woodsmoke scent of deep dreaming. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: abstract, ambient, cold, countertenor, darkambient, dreaming, electronic, soundtrack, winter
(studio-projects-compilation 2003-2007) We are very pleased to present you the ultimate collection of extravagant sound sourcery, emerged directly from the very deepest heart of our facility. Compiled by the hands of Doc. AtmosfearCrush comes a journey of abstract urban sound experiences, extracted with lust, oil, colour and blood. A melange of the different split personalities incorporated in the genetic manipulated organism known as [Esc.]Laboratory / Art Factory Worms. The brilliant synergy... Topics: atmospheric, compilation, electronic, error, experimental, industrial, noise
"And now was acknowledged the presence of the Red Death." These compositions are expanded and restructured versions of the two dozen very short sound pieces I constructed for the Wandering Rom Players' stage production of "Masque of the Red Death" in 2005. It's best to listen to these by candlelight. Topics: ambient, atmosphere, death, electronic, fear, instrumental, orchestral, poe, red death, soundtrack
This is an imaginary travel across the big town; we got lost in a cold December day, and we didn't find the way back home. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: documentary, electroacoustic, electronic, instrumental, piano, milano, soundtrack, travel, wandering
Music for a radiant abyss. Pinned... is Sublinear's first album with TPoD, but his experience as a score composer shows clearly in his disquieting, cinematic trip-hop arrangements. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: gloomcore, trip-hop, nightmare, horror, orchestral
De Neatins is a musical tribute to legendary Argentine boxer Nicolino Locche, whose lightning-fast defensive reflexes earned him the name "The Untouchable." favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, boxing, champion, electronic, glitch, noise, technical knockout
"On this EP are four songs, sonic artifacts extracted from audio Gnostic hyperspaces both minraudian and mauve, as transmitted by the musical entity known only as Sypha Nadon. Little else is known about the nature of these recordings, but we can put foward various esoteric theories: The aural soundtrack of a sentinent asylum's reptile brain? Otherwordly symphonies conducted by Transyuggothian orchestras? The dying gasps and last breaths of ancient video games from days long ago, now... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews )
"This is the kernel of the walnut" - A welter of restless jazz textures and electroacoustic processing, liquid sax taken deep underground for a congress of ghosts. Topics: jazz, saxophone, dream, international, walnut, polish, electroacoustic
"The cumbrous elements, earth, flood, air, fire; And this ethereal quintessence of heav'n Flew upward, spirited with various forms, That roll'd orbicular, and turn'd to stars Numberless." -Milton. Paradise Lost. III. 715--719 Topics: Aether, Air, Ambient, Darkambient, Drone, Earth, Elements, Ether, Fire, Industrial, Quintessence,...
The Manipulated Living's music comes out of the sky, to crush you between the storm and the sea. Recorded live in Viborg, 19/06/09, and I wish I had been there. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: instrumental, live, post-rock
Horrorbeat masters The Threshold People are probed, dissected, and re-stitched by the mad scientists at [Esc.] Laboratory's Department of RMX! favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ambient, Darkambient, [Esc.] Laboratory, Horrorbeat, Industrial, Monsters, Remix, The Threshold...
A very special To Repel Ghosts Christmas, four old chestnuts thawed out and slowly refrozen in new and interesting shapes. Icy late-night sidewalks past closed shops, headloops of mall music, snow. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Music, Remix, Christmas, Ambient, Electronic, Old time, Holiday
This album mirrors the intense and ritualistic character of atmosphere, [amt_23] celebrated at various art exhibitions and in chill-out areas between 2003 and 2006. Played and recorded live--No Over Dubs were used--archaic archetypes of sound got mixed up with minimalistic electronic elements. The unusual ambient soundscapes of "between the surfaces" are a melange of African Drums, contemporary Electronic Instruments, Guitar, Effects and Location Recordings. The listener will trespass... Topics: ambient, electroacoustic, electronic, [esc.] laboratory, industrial, urban
The THRESHOLD PEOPLE! They prowl the twilight wasteland seeking human victims! Could YOU be one of THEM?!! This Plague of Dreaming presents seven slabs of psychotronic horrorbeat from the strange and terrifying Threshold People that are sure to SHOCK the most hardened listener! Thrill with horror at the savage sound! favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Paranormal, Electronic, Halloween, Horror, Monster Music, Psychotronic Horrorbeat from Beyond
Fabrizio Torri's first album for This Plague of Dreaming is a strange world of echoes, of memory, and of golden, shifting light. Torri's music is frequently retro in sound, but it has been filtered through the distortion of the intervening decades, rounding its sharp edges and blurring its outline in warmth and dust. This is music to listen to alone, with headphones and closed eyes and the sun on your face. Topics: Ambient, Guitar, Aquatic, Sunlight, Memories
An ambient excursion into outer...and inner...space. Ethereal, dark, and haunting soundscapes for a sci-fi movie yet to be made. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, soundscape, guitar, sci-fi
this story never happened. pictures,sounds,projections and words are slowly sinking in the golden rivers of oblivion. you are naked as a child, standing in front of the mirror. you are the mirror. this story is happening in you. you are the story. words are unimportant. Topics: ambient, darkambient, electroacoustic, electronic, photography, soundscape
"Idrosfera is a journey through the continuous, infinite water cycle: from the rain to the water-bearings, from the rivers to the sea, the cycle constantly repeats itself. The whole musical project was realized for the pictorial works of Riccardo Ruberti and it was presented in 2005 during the painter's exhibition at the Bottega del Caffè of Leghorn." Topics: ambient, electroacoustic, instrumental, post-rock, quiet, rain, water
"The message of music is a message on the world of sounds, on a world that all know, but still explore to fund both from the composer and from that of the public that enjoys it. "The composer is the explorer that, digging in himself, travels in this world bringing us the fabulous news that of time in time he succeeds in discovering. "The true composer is one who opens new streets of access in the tangle of the forest of sound, and that doesn't stop for any obstacle or exploit... Topics: electroacoustic, electronic, experimental
This, Sypha Nadon's second full-length release, marks a new phase in his musical development. The familiar elements are still here - the signature off-kilter melodies and savage noise breaks - but the album is more unified than previous efforts. Threnody is also SN's most minimalistic work thus far, allowing simple patterns and complex textures to unravel over time, revealing their inner richness. [Files reposted 11.20.2006] Topics: sacred music, idm, noise, paranoia, manifesto, surrealism, ritual, electronic, veve, experimental,...
Skeletons! Monsters! Living Shadows that talk--and KILL!! The Threshold People are back, complete with seven new slabs of throbbing horrorbeat to give you the wim-wams! Are you brave enough to follow the trail of bones into the lair of The Threshold People? Then turn up the volume and turn out the lights... The most electrifying scare album of the year! Hear it now--but don't hear it alone! favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: horrorbeat, electronic, halloween, terror, nightmares, monsters, skeletons, fear
Mors Janua vitae? A soundtrack to a seance: lost voices; a sudden chill; a cold, familiar touch in the dark. Topics: ambient, audio drama, darkambient, electronic, nagual art, seance, soundtrack, spiritualism,...
i like when the strings can be seen. (i believe it's called metafiction, a kind of metalanguage). when children play "let's pretend", using the past tense to speak of what they are still about to do. when a painter doesn't hide "pentimenti". "Funny Thoughts" is a showcase of hypotheses for songs. in this six-packed collection you can find tunes that can be whistled, if one wishes to do so, together with thought-provoking chords progressions and interesting... Topics: comedy, elusive, instrumental, lounge, marx brothers, oddity, piano, vibraphone, waltz, wit
For this, our sixth label release, the dream is taken up by Israeli songwriter and soundsmith Harel Gal. When Harel contacted the PlagueDream Institute, we were immediately struck by the intimacy and tenderness of his musical vision. His sonic palette is often melancholic, occasionally foreboding, but never bleak. In addition to playing guitar, flute, electronics, and many other instruments and non-musical objects, Harel also has the distinction of being the first singer on the label. His... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: dream, sorrow, quiet, ambient, experimental, electronic, acoustic, piano, flute, found sound
"A difficult combination of ritual ambient, some doom aesthetics, heavy drone inspiration, slight percussion, slowly evolving sounds and so on are included in this piece of music. Field-recordings of a specific part of the ritual have also been used, the overall sound is natural - organic - acoustic being fused with acoustic instruments and electronics." Topics: ambient, atmospheric, dream, drone, electroacoustic, experimental, field recording, ritual
'Today, Noise triumphs and reigns supreme over the sensibilities of men.' -Luigi Russolo, 'The Art of Noises,' 1913 Sypha Nadon's bracing first full-length release with This Plague of Dreaming. Topics: futurism, noise, surrealism, dada, paranoia, paranormal, idm, electronic, experimental, music, booda Source: obscure
So befremdlich Insekten auf uns wirken, so befremdlich muss wohl die Welt der Menschen und ihrer Maschinen auf die Insekten wirken. Was konnte fur uns befremdlicher sein, als ein Insekt zu sein? Topics: insects, electronic, field recordings, dub, nocturnal, alien, urban sprawl
A barely audible song Is heard from the fog, It is the quiet song Of the forest partisans. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, noise, war, partisans, wwii, soviet, dreams
"Industrial ambient music for the theatre of our retinas, uncomfortable sometimes and surely harvesting the mainstream. "This one comes for seduction first. As we get more comfortable dark and lunatic chantings hit our ears, just to scare the shit out of ourselves." Topics: ambient, electroacoustic, electronic, industrial
"Theremin is the deepest of all mysteries. Reveal yourself in the depths of self-questioning. Time will collapse and you will fear no more" Topics: ambient, electroacoustic, electronic, instrumental, theremin
You've just stumbled upon an alien radio signal, filled with ethereal, ambient soundscapes. Or maybe you're picking up on a telepathic radio station, run in someone's sleep. The sounds float in and out of your ears, and you wonder if this is the music that ghosts listen to. You wonder if, maybe, you are a little paranormal. This is a journey through an open mind. This is Goghst. Topics: electronic, ghosts, lo-fi, paranormal, radio, space
"Making music means to us to free our hearts from agony, frustration, lust and the eternal sin. It`s a way of cleansing the soul. As we get deeper into the grains of sound we touch the intelligence of chaos." - [Esc.] Laboratory Germany's [Esc.] Laboratory are veteran sonic ritualists, and explorers of a liminal territory that will be familiar to our loyal plaguedreamers. The sound is industrial-dub, thrumming bass and echoic beats offering a pulsing glimpse of deep time traveling... Topics: cinematique ambient, trip storytelling, cyborg jazz, insect big beat, horror dub, highway tech hop,...
"Goghst's second album is a sonic journey through the tired mind, the late at night mind when you think about the universe, and insomnia or fear of the dark or worse keeps you up. This is the soundtrack to the movie you see behind your tired eyes. This is the insomnia rising from the silent night to say "I am here! And I don't know why!" You can call this album experimental ambient indietronica through LSD headphones. If you still need a reason to listen, then maybe you're not... Topics: ambient, electronic, enlightenment, indietronica